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In this months’ cover story, Mad Men’s John Slattery opens up about his seven years as the series’ resident rogue Roger Sterling, his upcoming directorial debut, surfing in Montauk, and losing his friend Philip Seymour Hoffman. Read the whole feature when the magazine hits newsstands on Friday. Here’s a taste. 

In this months’ cover story, Mad Men’s John Slattery opens up about his seven years as the series’ resident rogue Roger Sterling, his upcoming directorial debut, surfing in Montauk, and losing his friend Philip Seymour Hoffman. Read the whole feature when the magazine hits newsstands on Friday. Here’s a taste

The 1962 Ferrari 250 GT California Ferris Bueller took to Chicago on his day off aged as well as the movie.

The 1962 Ferrari 250 GT California Ferris Bueller took to Chicago on his day off aged as well as the movie.

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Alexander Skarsgard, photographed for Men’s Journal by Albert Watson on August 13, 2011, in New York City.

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Blue.

Alexander Skarsgard, photographed for Men’s Journal by Albert Watson on August 13, 2011, in New York City.

Gerard Butler, the world-trekking, ATV-riding, Romanian model-dating action hero, photographed by Sam Jones for our November 2012 issue.

Gerard Butler, the world-trekking, ATV-riding, Romanian model-dating action hero, photographed by Sam Jones for our November 2012 issue.

The everybody-loves-Jeff Bridges home base is, of course, The Big Lebowski. For the two of you who haven’t seen it, Bridges’s Jeffrey Lebowski, a.k.a. the Dude, is a bowler stoner. He has a big heart, no job, and an omnipresent White Russian. He is hapless and well-intentioned, much like Bridges would be without his wife, daughters, sidemen, and manager. “The Coen brothers told me they were writing a script for me,” recalls Bridges. “I thought, ‘That’s cool.’ Then I read the script and I was like, ‘Have you been following me around to parties?’ It’s a lot like a younger version of me.” I vowed to be the first magazine writer not to write about Bridges’s Dude-like qualities. Such a cliché, I thought. And then you meet him and he is, well, the goddamned Dude in all his fuzzy-headed, non sequitur goodness. If anything, Bridges’s cinematic Dude understates things. — from Stephen Rodrick’s Secrets of a Contented Man

The everybody-loves-Jeff Bridges home base is, of course, The Big Lebowski. For the two of you who haven’t seen it, Bridges’s Jeffrey Lebowski, a.k.a. the Dude, is a bowler stoner. He has a big heart, no job, and an omnipresent White Russian. He is hapless and well-intentioned, much like Bridges would be without his wife, daughters, sidemen, and manager. “The Coen brothers told me they were writing a script for me,” recalls Bridges. “I thought, ‘That’s cool.’ Then I read the script and I was like, ‘Have you been following me around to parties?’ It’s a lot like a younger version of me.” I vowed to be the first magazine writer not to write about Bridges’s Dude-like qualities. Such a cliché, I thought. And then you meet him and he is, well, the goddamned Dude in all his fuzzy-headed, non sequitur goodness. If anything, Bridges’s cinematic Dude understates things. — from Stephen Rodrick’s Secrets of a Contented Man

"At 80 and past concealing that fact, Clint Eastwood looks like the wise old blue-eyed patriarch of an alternative-history America that has never lost a war or run a deficit. He comes off like a man with few worries and few regrets who lives by the Spartan motto “Get on with it” and has learned to dismiss his animal needs." — from Walter Kirn’s The Gunslinger and the Apprentice

"At 80 and past concealing that fact, Clint Eastwood looks like the wise old blue-eyed patriarch of an alternative-history America that has never lost a war or run a deficit. He comes off like a man with few worries and few regrets who lives by the Spartan motto “Get on with it” and has learned to dismiss his animal needs." — from Walter Kirn’s The Gunslinger and the Apprentice